Up to $200 off on selected Sigma Art and Tamron lenses for Nikon F mount

After the new Nikon lens-0nly rebates, Sigma also dropped the prices on some of their Art lenses for Nikon F mount. All Sigma lens rebates can be found here.

Tamron lens rebates
Tamron is offering up to $200 off on selected lenses for Nikon F mount plus 10% back in rewards. The Tokina AT-X 16-28mm f/2.8 Pro FX lens is currently $130 off.

Some of those offers are WPPI specials that will expire tomorrow and you may need to add promo code BHWPPI16 during checkout in order to get the discounts.

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  • AlphaT

    So Sigma is giving a discount to the new 24-35 f/2, but not to the 18-35 f/1.8 ? Interesting.
    No love to the DC users.

    • blp

      maybe because it is not selling very well. 24-35 is a really limited range and can be easily made up by just a few steps.

      • harvey

        once you put one on your camera, you realize how nice that lens is. And how little you need those 24/28/35 f1.8s.

        • Eric Calabros

          Would be better with retractable design, having to carry that bulk for that short range is discouraging people.

          • harvey

            how many other f2 zooms are there out there with retractable designs? This lens is good enough to justify me selling off my 24/35 ARTS and my 28/1.8 Nikkor.

            • Eric Calabros

              so Sigma lost two sales for one 🙂

            • harvey

              if the 24-35 had come out first, considering my primary focus is landscapes, the 1.4s would not have been purchased. As it was, I thought it was an overly big lens until I dropped it on my D810. Fits like glove.

    • Aldo

      I like sigma’s new trend making ‘zoom’ primes… but the 24-35mm was just an odd range imo

      • AlphaT

        I agree. Make that ‘zoom prime-replacements’. They need to be careful about range selections, competitive pricing, and forgoodnesssake … make them lens smallah.

  • Spy Black

    Unless those prices are available anywhere, those are probably just returned items being re-sold as new by B&H, which they’re notorious for doing. That’s not always a bad thing, I got some good audio gear deals that way from B&H, but with lenses there’s a chance they’re just bad copies returned for good ones. It’s a crap shoot.

    • Citizen Kang

      Although all the links are to BHPhoto, they’re the same price on Amazon.com for the Nikon versions. The Canon are still regular price. The Sigma mounts are even cheaper, but that doesn’t mean much. In other words, that $799 price (for the 20mm f/1.4 which is what I bought) is in at least 2 places, BHPhoto and Amazon.com.

  • Photobug

    Not surprised that the Tamron 150-600 has rebates. The local dealer says that their sales of Tamron 150-600 lens is down 50% in the Nikon mount since the new Nikon 200-500 lens was introduced.

    • blp

      but 80 off for the lens is like next to nothing though…

    • nwcs

      I’m sure the new Nikon has had an effect but one local dealer’s experience is anecdotal. Still, it’s a great deal for a great lens.


    Typo: Heading should be “Up to…” not “Up tp…”.

  • o_joe

    I bought an F mount Tokina 16-28 a week or so ago from B/H for $559.00 – It was delivered free in 2 days via UPS. The lens appeared to be new – not a returned/open box and the thing is great on my camera. Long story short: I noticed this past Monday that the price of the lens dropped from what I paid to the current price ($499). I called B/H – they price matched the current price and I had a refund for the difference w/in 3 days. I for one have never had any issue w/B&H sending me a used/open item.

  • sickheadache

    I got mine..Did you all get urs? Sigma is just handing these out.

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